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Jul 19, 2012 2:00am PDT
indiana. indiana has been one of the worst states for the drought, along with arkansas. and we're getting drenched in northern indiana this morning. this is welcomed rainfall. we had rain last night in indianapolis just a little bit. we're talking about areas desperate for rain. so you have a little bit of rain to deal with. chicago, indiana heading into ohio, but we're not going to get that lucky back here from st. louis to kansas city, wichita, from dallas northward to the plains, the heat wave continues for them. >> unfortunately, all right, bill. thanks so much. >>> big blue boosts its outlook, ebay profits fly high and the hacker group anonymous identifies burger bad guys. your first look at this morning's business headlines are straight ahead. >>> coming up, walk off, a scary fall and did you make money in the markets yesterday? if so, i know why. ♪ why not try someplace different every morning? get two times the points on dining in restaurants with chase sapphire preferred. but what about your wrinkles? neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair. its retinol formula visibly reduces wrinkl
FOX News
Jul 2, 2012 1:00am PDT
be surprised how much government you won't miss. he is mitch daniels, indiana governor. >> you won't miss a lot of real estate they own. you won't miss things like vehicles and planes they tend to accumulate. you won't miss the lousy service. we call it the yellow pages tests, it's in there and conceivably government shouldn't be doing itself. if it's in the yellow pages there are more than a competitors offerings it. you say government shouldn't do it. if somebody is doing this all day er day, maybe they are better at it. they have the incentive to get better. >> john: they just want money. they are greedy. you are a public servant. you are doing it for the people. >> i love the sarcasm you put your finger on the real question. >> john: people feel that way. >> yes, there is a certain, another form of greed, it's the human tendency to get ahead and make money and that is power over people. that is the constant danger in government that needs to be guarded against. >> john: you mentioned that property government holds on. you leased some property in indiana. the toll roads? >> yes, we tollroad
NBC
Jul 18, 2012 4:00am EDT
. >>> and finally in indiana the grass is always greener, especially when you take a shortcut. one man painted his lawn green after he says he got so tired of seeing all the yards in his neighborhood looking brown from this summer's drought. that's a good neighbor to have. >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. bill, can we paint corn out there? would that work? >> it works until it finally does rain. then what happens? >> when is that going to happen? >> hopefully the next two days. that's the best shot in indiana. the forecast, the record highs continue to pop up all over the place. yesterday, how impressive was 101 degrees in syracuse, new york. syracuse is always known as one of the coldest snowiest cities in the country. yesterday they came close to their all-time record high. 102. st. louis, kansas city, des moines, iowa, all hit triple digits. this morning, just a brutal morning. new york city feels like 88 degrees when you walk outside this morning. the only location hotter than that, st. louis feels like 91. and st. louis has pr
FOX News
Jul 1, 2012 2:00am PDT
much government you won't miss. he is mitch daniels, indiana governor. >> you won't miss a lot of real estate they own. you won't miss things like vehicles and planes they tend to accumulate. you won't miss the lousy service. we call it the yellow pages tests, it's in there and conceivably government shouldn't be doing itself. if it's in the yellow pages there are more than a competitors offerings it. you say government shouldn't do it. if somebody is doing this all day er day, maybe they are better at it. they have the incentive to get better. >> john: they just want money. they are greedy. you are a public servant. you are doing it for the people. >> i love the sarcasm you put your finger on the real question. >> john: people feel that way. >> yes, there is a certain, another form of greed, it's the human tendency to get ahead and make money and that is power over people. that is the constant danger in government that needs to be guarded against. >> john: you mentioned that property government holds on. you leased some property in indiana. the toll roads? >> yes, we tollroad losing m
FOX
Jul 1, 2012 4:00am EDT
in southern indiana whose corn crop was ahead about conditions are still severely dry. >> in our part of the state everyone got extremely started early this spring. then you get mid- 90's and 100- degree temperatures especially when there's no moisture in the ground. >> most of indiana is under extreme or severe drought. the. >> between low pointers are being sold through case ih dealerships. the planters will be sold under the case brand beginning in 2013. producers are increasing plan population by staggering seats. >> crop watch from last week. a farmers of this current photo of one of his fields. it was pointed with perfect conditions and yet now he expects it will be less than 50 bushels per acre. now they have temperatures above the century mark. people fail to report tall corn this week. >>> crop producers in rhode island said potatoes are in bloom. most of the crop is in good or excellent condition. >>> when we return, al talks over the markets with logan and florez. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] a moment of silence for the internet as we know it. a revolution in internet spe
CSPAN
Jul 11, 2012 6:00am EDT
and a half to mr. rokita from indiana. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. rokita: i thank the chairman and the speaker. my 18 months here, one thing has been clear and that, just like so many bills this bill isn't just about the underlying subject. what this bill is about is controlling the individual. what this bill is about is government oversight, government control, government decision making by bureaucrats hundreds of miles away from us over something that should be between us and our doctor. i do agree with the gentlewoman from ohio. this bill, this law, has already made a difference. the facts are clear. obamacare will add trillions of dollars in new taxes, increase our $16 trillion national debt by hundreds of billions of dollars, cause millions of americans to lose their health insurance, destroy jobs, increase health premiums and impose new costs on states and penalize american innovation. it's making a difference. in indiana i also agree with the gentlewoman from ohio, in indiana shows just how harmful this law will be to the hoosiers i rep
CW
Jul 5, 2012 9:00pm CDT
after storm throughout northwest indiana highway and ripping it portion of a roof off apartment complex merrillville. 15,000 customers without power during fast-moving storm. melrose park stunned the crowd of shoppers running for cover part of building collapse. victims being taken away by ambulance to people rushed to hospital serious injuries late this afternoon popular shopping area witnesses heard thunder and saw lightning. storm expert tom skilling the intense heat we have been dealing with. lake breeze thunderstorms radar developing 1:00 this afternoon. hidden in northwest indiana not especially hard. wind gusts up to 94 mi. per hour. ripped the roof off of a boat there. history of damaging wind howled and it did they were from this radar rainfall just eastern cook and lake county illinois. we had pretty good rainfall a very localized up to six tenths of an inch downtown chicago. temperature reading went from 103 degrees down to 84 degrees spots on the lakefront. hottest temperature it back july 1934. amazing sweltering temperatures all kinds of problems. the habit the heat is
NBC
Jul 18, 2012 4:00am PDT
, in indiana, the grass is always greener, especially when you take a shortcut. one man painted his lawn green after he says he got so tired of seeing all the yards in his neighborhood looking brown from this summer's drought. that's one way to go. >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. he has your weather channel forecast. good morning to you. >> it's sad that that's what it's come to. >> it's a good neighbor though. at least one house looks niek. >> funny thing is, have you ever been to tucson, arizona. they don't have grass like they do in phoenix. it's mostly rock gardens. >> you paint that green to look like a yard. that would work too. >> look funny there in the desert. >>> good morning, everyone. yesterday's high temperatures across the country, triple digits as advertised. 100 in kansas city. st. louis was 103. detroit hit 100. even syracuse along with washington, d.c. everywhere on this map you can see how hot it was. the west, sporadic heat. areas around boise, almost at 100. 99 yesterday. another warm day in salt lake city
MSNBC
Jul 31, 2012 2:00am PDT
by thunder. chicago, dry south of you. dry for your morning commute. gary, indiana, that's where storms are right now. and even detroit. not quite as strong of a line. but definitely pulse of storms moving through the detroit area. you'll hear thunder over the next half hour or so and this is gone by the morning commute. light rain behind it that you may have to deal with. the other spot had a stormy morning, all of the state of alabama, down from birmingham to montgomery, one cluster over the top, headed for montgomery, and a one-two punch, flash flooding threat through many areas of central alabama. let's talk about the headlight. day after day, and yesterday another head shaker. 111 degrees in little rock, arkansas, yesterday. oklahoma city, 107. many areas from texas to arkansas, southern missouri and kansas, we'll do it all over again. some areas shot once again of hitting 110 degrees. and oklahoma city's forecast, look at this, lynn, 108 through thursday and we cool it off to 100 on saturday. >> that's like an arizona forecast. >> easily. hot arizona forecast. >> all right, bill.
NBC
Jul 19, 2012 4:30am EDT
indiana right now. we're just getting drenched by these thunderstorms. we need this, plus, you know, ten days of this, but this is a start at least. chicago's picked up about 0.8. ft. wayne, indiana, a tenth. they're heading to toledo, south of detroit and eventually they should make their way toward indianapolis. what a day it was, along the front running into the extremely hot hair from the southern new england all the way to the mid-atlantic. we had 348 storm reports throughout much of this reason that had that intense heat. how hot was it yesterday? 100 from hartford to new york. philly. baltimore was 104 yesterday. and all that heat that's in the central plains, unfortunately you're not the ones that are going to get it that need it. yesterday was 106. today 105 in st. louis. 105 in wichita. some of us are happy with the relief. others, not coming your way, not yet. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. so we could see more showers and storms in the areas that got it yesterday. that front is slowly going to sag to the south. b
FOX News
Jun 30, 2012 7:00pm PDT
indiana to new jersey in the north and to roanoke, virginia in the south. governor o'malley in maryland put the damage in his state in this perspective. >> i can only say talking to our public service people they are comparing this outage to hurricane irene. statewide it is on par with hurricane irene. it is more spread out in some ways than hurricane irene was other storms have maybe hit one area of the state harder than another this is on the scale of irene in terms of the damage across the state. >> reporter: power crews from 12 different states and as far north as canada are being descended upon this area to help with the restoration of power but not expected to get underway until monday here are the latest power outage numbers right now, maryland 869,000 without power. west virginia 600,000, ohio one million, d.c. of 7,000. pennsylvania 32,500, indiana 135,000, kentucky and north carolina minimally hit single greatest damage in the state of virginia 2.5 million people were without power earlier today. even at this late hour if you drive across northern virginia the suburbs of d.c.,
CSPAN
Jul 23, 2012 5:00pm EDT
tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from indiana seek recognition? >> mr. speaker, i move to suspend the rules and pass the bill s. 1335. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: senate 1335, an act to amend title 49, united states code, to provide rights for pilots, and for other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from indiana, mr. bucshon, and the gentleman from illinois, mr. costello, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from indiana. mr. bucshon: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous materials on s. 1335. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. bucshon: mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. bucshon: i rise in strong support of the pilot's bill of rights. s. 1335 is intended to restore fairness to airmen and federal aviation administration enforcement proceedings by providing airmen
ABC
Jul 17, 2012 11:00pm EDT
tomorrow evening. look at lafayette, indiana and. spots like indianapolis where drought andut the the corn crops that will have a impact on everything. it has been 100th of an inch of of indianae spots illinois and swayback in gin. us but atn dry around have had an inch and a half of rain. tomorrow morning temperatures thend washington will be in 70's. tomorrow afternoon this is an that there will be some afternoon showers and out of theers mountains. later on tomorrow be strong carry we will keep you posted. remainder of the evening , temperatures in only 80 degrees. we are under a heat advisory. the combination of the heat and humidity. temperatures once again will be near 100 degrees. also the risk of afternoon thundershowers. the weather front near us i more there will be showers and thundershowers on thursday bringing us some rain. the mideekend, only in 80's. be a long extended of humidity. wizard's continue to house and a change the locker room. tiger is getting plenty of attention at the british. of those nationals. another wild finish. still thinking of replacing the truck? i just
ABC
Jul 24, 2012 4:30am EDT
for schools, jobs, and small businesses by saying yes to national harbor. >>> this video from indiana, dried up lake bed at a fish and wildlife area shriveled fields. >> unfortunately, drought is drought. you can't get rid of it. >> midwest is getting slammed heat wave after heat wave. >> we need rain of our own, we are 7 inches below. unfortunately, doesn't look like that much coming in, especially for today, maybe a few thunderstorms in forecast. satellite and radar here, pretty much most of the showers and thunderstorms contained to the northern tier states there, indiana, will get thunderstorms, seeing that as of now. not a lot of rain to be had as we zoom in a little bit closer to home, see we are not dealing with rain across the area right now. we are dealing with clear skies, maybe a few showers as we go in to the afternoon. we need downpours to really put a dent in some of the dry weather. right now, we are looking at temperatures warm, we are like 75 degrees in reisterstown, buoy 73 degrees. edgewood 76 degrees. now a check of the traffic with mike massco. >>> talking about baltimo
CSPAN
Jul 11, 2012 11:08am EDT
promised my good friend from indiana that i would acknowledge him and then of course ranking member of the subcommittee, chair, ask the gentleman from indiana for what purpose he seeks recognition. >> move to strike the last word. >> gentleman is recognized for five minutes. >> thank you, mr. chairman. i do want to be previous. a couple things i would like to share. i grew up on a dairy farm until i was 13 years old. we lived on a 700-cow dairy and i know the difficulty that is dairymen face because you have so many moving parts and commodity prices and with milk prices, and i have got several concerns. as much as i dislike supply management, i dislike the price support program and the milk program. i am glad to see that there is consensus that three of these programs are going to be eliminated. i do have some concern right now with the rates, and as mr. gibson mentioned, i am not sure what this does to the dairies in indiana. i have dairies that are bigger and the smaller dairies are growing, and so i have some concern and would like to continue working with mr. goodlatte on the ma
FOX
Jul 29, 2012 4:00am EDT
a good summer rain would be. by far in not bad in the heart of the indiana drought. now we did get some rain this week, it's just a fraction of what the parched field name. time now for the headlines. >> tom vilsack designated 76 additional counties and six drought impacted states as drought affected areas this week. so far nearly 31 counties and to restate that that declaration. it continues to weather in the. >>> the monitor now shows every state has a small amount of abnormally dry conditions or worse. the red color indicates there is an extreme drought. while some rainfall in the last week is still way behind the average rainfall. as far as crops it was a three- point decline. we saw another big drop in corn. and that's another five-point decline. a fourth estate has now been added to the list with single digits or guilt. and, along with indiana, kentucky and missouri. >>> the corn crop would be called excellent this week and a 7% is good. >>> there's a new call to a limit the amount of corn in the nation's fuel supply. >>> and under the renewable fuel standards to the size of the c
FOX
Jun 30, 2012 11:00pm EDT
hours and last night, looking upstream. we're quieter into indiana and ohio and a potential of a shower or two and we'll into the weather here into early sunday and with that future cast in motion. one or two scattered late-day storms, cloudy tomorrow night and warm and humid and into the night. partly cloudy skies, 79 the leave night low and the winds, west five to 10 and hot and humid. 99 the daytime high tomorrow and there is your five-day forecast and that is on to monday, temperatures in the mid- 90s, plans for the 4th of july, low to mid-90s and could be some scattered storms late in the day and have to look for a potential of more strong storms here during the week. >> and when the temperatures get hot, things start popping. >> you know it. >> thank you, tucker. >>> still ahead, another check on power outages across the area. >> a deadly 24 hours tonight. a woman is clinging to life after trying to sea her husband during the storm. we'll explain coming up on the news edge at 11. [ male announcer ] this was how my day began. a little bird told me about a band... ♪ an old man sha
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2012 1:00am PDT
you can make such a good senator, come out here to marion, indiana, and see what your company has done to these people. >> we had no rights anymore. >> they cut the wages. >> we no longer had insurance. >> basically cut our throats. i would like to say to the people of massachusetts that if you think it can't happen to you, think again. because we thought it wouldn't happen here either. >> mitt romney. i don't mean to be callous, but there are people all over the world who would love a job flipping hamburgers in america. romney, in business he specialized in low wage jobs but made $11 millionyears. now he favors policies to benefit the wealthy at the expense of working families. romney favors $100 billion tax cut for the wealthiest 1% of americans and billions more in other tax breaks for the rich. romney, trickle down economics and a millionaire's tax cut. whose side is he on? >> those are the ads ted kennedy used against mitt romney in 1994. specifically the folks from indiana, they had a whole series of ads like the ones for indiana, highlighting what mitt romney's bain capital did
CSPAN
Jul 10, 2012 5:00pm EDT
: at this time, mr. speaker, i yield a minute and a half to the distinguished gentleman from indiana, mr. pence. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from indiana is recognized for one minute and one half minutes. mr. pence: i ask unanimous consent to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman from indiana is recognized. . mr. pence: i rise in strong support of the repeal of obamacare act which will repeal the affordable care act. obamacare is not merely a government takeover of health care. but as many of us insisted during debates on this floor more than two years ago, obamacare is a massive tax increase on every day americans, small business owners, and it must be repealed. every day in indiana, i hear people tell me that obamacare is stifling our recovery. they will face higher health care costs and increased taxes. it could cost indiana more than 2,000 jobs. but the issue before us today is not just about economic growth. it's about freedom. obamacare erodes the freedom of every american, opening the door for the federal government to legislat
Univision
Jul 17, 2012 11:00pm PDT
embarazo . >> lapidas en indiana tienen toque tecnologivet . >> ponen barras para que sea escaneadas o leidas por smartphone . >> y así aparece la historia de la persoan en su teléfono y pueden dejar mensaje de audio . >> esto es en indiana podría aparecer en california se vende entre 99 y 399 dólares . >> lo que hace la tecnología y los teléfonos moviles . >> llegamosl
KICU
Jul 31, 2012 3:00pm PDT
in lawrence, indiana. officer matthew fox of the fortville police department was trying to do a routine traffic stop. at first we think that the volvo is going to pull over. you hear officer fox. >> turn the vehicle off. >> he takes off. officer fox continues after this volvo, but watch what happens. >> oh, no! wow. >> the driver of this car got out with a .45 semiautomatic and fired 12 shing shots. bullets did hit officer fox. luckily, he had on his bullet proof vest, which blocked a shot straight to the chest. you see the suspect get back into the car, speed away. officer fox is able to call out for help as backup arrives. >> help! i'm dying! >> no, you're not. you're not going to die. >> they ended up finding the suspect, who went into an apartment complex. several officers set up a stakeout. he opened fire on those officers. when he went to reload, officers firedn him, kli his car, they found several different firearms and marijuana. >> i'll tell you what, this video makes you flinch. >> he gives the officers absolutely no time to react. >> it seems like this guy had nothing to los
MSNBC
Jul 5, 2012 2:00am PDT
an all-time record high as did madison, wisconsin, south bend, indiana, and paducah, kentucky. and st. paul's half marathon was cut to five miles. philadelphia's july fourth parade, they sweltered as they passed independence hall. similar scenes in downtown st. louis which hit triple digits. the oppressive temperatures with highs near 100s from the plains to the atlantic are a result of hot air stalled over the nation's midsection. >> typically, we don't see it this hot. st. louis, seeing 100 degrees seven days in a row. that is something we don't normally see. >> reporter: if that weren't enough, nearly 1 million people in ten states in the district of columbia spent the fourth just like the founding fathers, no electricity, no air-conditioning. last week's ferocious storms are blamed for at least 26 deaths. in washington, no holdy. work crews are moving downed trees so utility workers can begin restoring power zichlt can't wait to go home. >> reporter: this family grocery store has been without power since friday night. >> we have lost everything. we have lost everything that requir
MSNBC
Jul 3, 2012 5:30am EDT
. why is there this discrepancy? cnn polled nbc's, arizona and indiana states that are firmly in the romney camp. the obama campaign is looking to make inroads in those states with assaults on romney's business record. "new york times" report says it's working. mitt romney outsourcing jobs h been paid for by the pro obama super p.a.c. usa run by bill burton. >> we're now in the middle of $10 million we spent on television ads about mitt romney's time in the private sector and they are clearly starting network. if you look at any of the numbers out there, any public polling or focus groups they are work. our fundraising has picked up and the spending we're doing is having an impact. >> burton weighed in on an audio recording on a phone call between president obama and donors where he raised concerns about republicans ability to raise huge funds. >> what they are trying to do, i imagine, is engage, you know, a large number of the folks who support president obama but have been sitting on the sidelines. they look at mitt romney yeah is this clown really going beat president obama
MSNBC
Jul 17, 2012 5:30am EDT
. one of the biggest examples of this drought is the state of indiana. indianapolis itself has had one of the most miserable summers in history as far as lack of rain and heat. indianapolis is at .09 of an inch of rain. that is literally a couple drops. that's it. that's a big area of corn there from illinois to indiana, ohio, back into iowa. that's been some of the hardest hit areas. that continues to be the spots where we desperately need the rain. not getting it today. it's hot and humid. this will be the peak of this heat wave from the midwest to the east. then that cold front will drop from the north and cool everyone off over the next two to three days. look at today, 100-degree heat from des moines, kansas city, st. louis, chicago. detroit could be 102 today under excessive heat warning there. near 100, if not 100 near boston to raleigh including d.c. the next two days, the front slowly drops down, we cool off in chicago tomorrow. and then a lot of areas of the great lakes and the northeast cool off by thursday. you cool off back to normal. by monday of next week, the heat retur
NBC
Jul 1, 2012 11:00pm EDT
whammy with this thing. this evening we're watching on radar a storm coming out of indiana and ohio that looked like it was coming together as a mesoscale convective systems, one of the steps in developing a durracho. it's coming into west virginia and it's not well organized so it doesn't look like it's going anywhere. it looks like it's breaking up a little bit but might bring a later tonight. the heavier stuff looks to pass to the west but the heat and humidity continue in the week ahead with a thunderstorm chance. >> thank you, john. for many baltimore city residents, 10:00 a.m. couldn't come fast enough, when the city began distributing ice in four different locations. >> i slept in my car one night and stayed in my house the other night and i can't take the heat no more. >> for people who can't take it anymore, and there are lots of them, baltimore city is giving away bags of ice. in the parking lot of the northwood plaza shopping center, it was a welcome sight on day two of no power. >> it's a blessing. i don't care if i have to go far, it's a blessing. thank you so much! >>
NBC
Jul 18, 2012 4:30am EDT
. minor details. >>> and, finally, in indiana, the grass is always greener, especially when you take a shortcut. one man painted his lawn green after he says he got so tired of seeing all the yards in his neighborhood looking brown from this summer's drought. it looks pretty real. >>> and now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. he has your weather channel forecast. >> that's sad when you have to paint us. >> paint us some rain. >> we have it over the next two days and then another dry spell. it's a long summer and it's going to be a bad one. as we're dealing with the drought and the heat wave, the temperatures day after day almost become mind-numbing, just another 103 day in st. louis. just an endless streak here. but you start to see areas that don't typically get this hot, it really shows how large this heat dome is and how intense this heat wave is. it was 101 in syracuse yesterday and 102 in detroit. those are two states not known for getting very hot. this morning look in boston. 87 degrees. one of the warmest spots in the coun
NBC
Jul 24, 2012 4:30am EDT
, wisconsin, and eventually that stormy weather is going to work its way back into chicago, indiana, and kentucky later on today. the other story, of course, the heat. t the cold front has nod made its way to the west. brutal in much of kansas, missouri, and oklahoma. humidity is up too. be ready for that. that's a look at the national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. many areas have a chance of thunderstorms today. many areas could contain gusty winds and small heal especially through the carolinas, virginia, back through kentucky, indiana, and even chicago. so a lot of thunderstorms today. hopefully we'll get some beneficial rain out of the west. >> they need it. thank you so much. >>> coming up oil slides, apple is on deck, and the agold debate, which word choices are just inappropriate for the workplace. >> jean shorts are really cool. >> cut--offs. >>> it's time for your early morning business headlines when we come back. plus we're going to tell you the diva "american idol" found to replace the outgoing one. >>> two new york teams, two huge trade
CBS
Jul 2, 2012 11:00pm EDT
on a straight-line wind storm. with gusts up to 80 miles an hour, it raged from indiana 600 miles to the nation's capitol lighting up the night sky. >> trees come down and destroy the infrastructure. that's what's going to happen. you have to look at this as a catastrophic event. >> reporter: falling trees caused most of the damage and deaths blamed on the storm, but now officials are worried the death toll may climb. she says she's not sure how much more she can take. >> we may have to go find a hotel somewhere, but we don't really have the money to do that. >> reporter: power crews were back outside their home repairing the line that caught fire. silver springs forecast high for tuesday for those with or without electricity is 95 degrees. in silver spring, maryland for wjz eyewitness news. >>> the recent extreme heat wave turns deadly. four people have died from the heat. two the heat is expected to continue for a a while. we continue in the weather sent with more on the continued hot temperatures. bob? >> once again in the mid-90s, but today's humidity was quite low. however, that is expecte
ABC
Jul 22, 2012 6:30pm EDT
go up north, mississippi, wisconsin and indiana, that's where we find showers and storms. we're tracking latest and in your 7 day forecast coming up in a station that works for you. abc 2 news at 6:30. . >>> you know finding a good cell phone plan for you and your family can really be tough. which provider has the best data and phone plan? is it a good idea to share plan? abc 2 news takes a look so you don't waste your money. >> reporter: inevitable. at&t is launching a shared data plan next month following the footsteps of verizon. but are new plans really a good thing for customers? at&t is launching a mobile shared plan that is almost identical to verizon's new share everything plan. this will let customers connect as many as 10 phone and tablets on one family plan. it's a one help, if one person uses just a little bit of data like someone else. on to the new mobile shared plan, one smartphone is one data that will cost $85 a month on at&t. that a compares with $90 a month from verizon under the same package. requires two smartphones and one tablet for just $170 a month.
NBC
Jul 13, 2012 4:00am EDT
and also around indiana and illinois. today we had some moisture that is creeping up. it's croce close to indiana but not quite. we're getting rain in kentucky, west virginia, and it will eventually move into southern ohio. you can see the shield of rain right now. this is areas of eastern kentucky barely missing lexington and charleston, west virginia, is getting a good light rain, a good light soaking. southeast will have a chance of thunderstorms. dry once again. kansas city, st. louis, chicago right through new england, areas that have gotten very, very dry. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. boston will see temperatures along the shoreline around 806789 once you move away, you'll probably be in the upper 80s. areas in the ohio valley, cloudy and cooler today. lynn, the weekend forecast looks a lot like today. i think a lot of us will be okay with it. >> thanks so much. >>> coming up texas instrument breaks the junk. wells fargo breaks the practices and one cup of joe for the morning road. >>> plus, we'll tell you what fil
CNN
Jul 4, 2012 12:00pm PDT
cnn is hitting the road for a special series. poppy harlow toured driving from wisconsin to indiana to michigan and ohio. what a road trip. she wanted to take the pulse of voters in the key auto towns. all four states went for obama in 2008. however, indiana is leaning towards mitt romney. poppy visited cocoa moe, a town that relies heavy on auto industry for jobs. it didn't seem as though the love is continuing. have a look. >> reporter: when we rolled into kokomo, indiana it was 93 degrees, a few clouds in the sky. >> our three largest employers are automotive companies. >> reporter: we came to meet cliff pitcher and wayne beats at their neighborhood bar. two friends whose blue collar career follow similar paths. >> do you agree over the next president? >> no. i'm all obama. >> i'm leaning toward mitt romney. >> why obama? >> because i have a job today. >> reporter: he credits the auto bailout which romney opposed. folks here call kokomo little detroit. >> if it wasn't for obama, i would not have a pension. i would not have insurance. >> reporter: despite that, dwayne doesn't thin
CSPAN
Jul 9, 2012 7:00am EDT
. that include those which now ohio, indiana, illinois, wisconsin, what am i forgetting? michigan and part of minnesota for all of which were claimed by virginia at that point. it's why, for instance, kentucky claims the ohio river and its own property that the borders on the north bank because what was ceded by virginia was the land northwest of the river. so congress organized this in 1787 as initially as a territory of the northwest territory, and there were rules made for the development of society in that vast area. some of them followed, some of them not. but it was initially federal territory. and they provided for the eventual, eventual creation of space in a territory. and illinois was ultimately one of them. >> so in 1812, when the war began, let's see, ohio was a state. in the and was a territory. illinois, as you described it was not only a territory but went straight up through wisconsin and part of what we call the upper peninsula of michigan, and even a little tiny corner of minnesota. so illinois was big territory. now, why don't you -- tell us, who was here, what languages
Univision
Jul 4, 2012 11:35pm PDT
ctica de habir los sellantes. >> nosotros vendemos desde indiana y acá se siente caliente. >> vengo de texas y allá es más caliente que acá. >> se mantiene la alerta hasta el viernes. >> se hace un llamado para evitar tragedias como@ en 1995 cuando hubieron 700 muertes por el calor. >> en el oeste de la nación muchos incendios mantienen ocupados a los bomberos y se dice que esto no contralado hasta el domingo y la mayor preocupación son los fuegos pirotecnicos. >> irónicamente mientras todo es causado por el calor, en otras ha sido la lluvia y esto por dos accidentes fatales en virginia, muchos siguen sin electricidad. >> mañana temprano finalizaria el recuento de votos oficiales en méxico y se voleran a contar más de la mitad de los votos, vamos con los detalles. >> se inicio en méxico el voto por voto contado y por primera vez se abrirán más de la mitad de los paquetes electorales y del congreso será más del 60%. >> no estoy de acuerdo, vivimos lo mismo desde hace seis añosñ. >> a favor. >> ¿por qué?. >> es que así sabemos lo que pasó. >> andrés manuel lópez
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